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  • SIGNING THE TREATY GERMANY WAVERING BERLIN DEMONSTRATIONS.

    LONDON, Tuesday.— A Berlin message states that the Majority and Independent Socialists held rival demonstrations, the former protesting against ... [Article] (56 words)
  • THE RHINE REPUBLIC.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—The "Daily Telegraph" says that the attempt to establish a Rhineland Republic has led to adverse manifestations. Several ... [Article] (55 words)
  • STRIKE AT COBLENZ.

    NEW YORK, Tuesday.—A few fatalities occurred at Coblenz, where a puerai strike has been ordered in the American area of occupation, with the ... [Article] (46 words)
  • OVERLOOKED MECITEXSTEIN'S COMPLAINT.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—The principality of Lieclienstcin, situated between Switzerland and German Austria, has been overlooked ... [Article] (88 words)
  • PEACE DISCUSSIONS BONAR LAW GAYS "NO." TIME NOT YET RIPE. (Delayed in Transmission.)

    LONDON, May 22.—Mr. Bonar Law (leader of the House of Commons) declared to-day' in the House that a discussion of the peace terms was ... [Article] (109 words)
  • TWO IMPORTAXT CHANGES.

    PARIS, Saturday.—The Council of Four is considering two important undisclosed changes in the peace terms. ... [Article] (21 words)
  • INDIAN UNREST HEART OF COUNTRY LOYAL. 409 LIVES LOST. (Delayed in Transmission.)

    LONDON, May 22.—Mr. E. S. Montagn (Socretary of State for India) stated in the House of Commons to-day that it was now clear that the new ... [Article] (185 words)
  • SERIOUS FRENCH STRIKES 50,000 IDLE.

    PARTS, Tuesday.—A general subway strike has commenced. Fifty thousand miners are idle in the Pas de Calais. ... [Article] (24 words)
  • UNIQUE CRICKET INCIDENT 2-MINUTE RULE APPLIED. SOMERSET AND SUSSEX TIE.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—An incident which it is believed is unprecedented occurred in the Somerset v. Sussex cricket county match at Taunton. ... [Article] (174 words)
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  • IRISH HOSE RULE "WHEN PEACE IS SIGNED" GOVERNMENT WILL APPLY ACT.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—In the House of Commons to-day Lord Middleton asked whether the Government had facilitated the visit of the American ... [Article] (302 words)
  • DE VALERA REPUDIATES BRITISH TREATY.

    PARIS, Tuesday.—De Valera (the Sinn Fein leader) has sent a message to M. Clemenceau, stating that the Irish people does not recognise any ... [Article] (38 words)
  • PLOTS IN AMERICA PLAN TO DESTROY JUDCES' HOUSES. I.W.W. RESPONSIBLE.

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—A plot to destroy Judges' and State-Attorneys' homes throughout the United States has been discovered. ... [Article] (48 words)
  • EMIGRATION PROPOSALS MORE SHIPS FOR AUSTRALIA URGED.

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Hon. J. B. Connolly (Agent-General for W.A.). in a letter to the newspapers, endorses Lord [?]iler's emigration proposals ... [Article] (64 words)
  • BRITAIN'S DRINK BILL

    The English papers of 20th March contain the customary estimate of the United Kingdom drink bill for 1918 from the pen of Mr. George B. ... [Article] (466 words)
  • PETROGRAD CAPTURED UNCONFIRMED REPORTS.

    COPENHAGEN, Tuesday.—It is reported from Vardoe that the Esthonians and Fiudianders have captured Petrograd. ... [Article] (38 words)
  • ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE "GOOD UNDERSTANDING MUST CONTINUE."

    NEW YORK, May 22.—The "New York Herald's" Paris correspondent interviewed Baron Makino, who said:— "The Anglo-Japanese alliance must ... [Article] (98 words)
  • WIRELESS WONDERS NEW TRANSMITTER INVENTED. (Delayed in Transmission.)

    LONDON, May 22.—Sir Godfrey Isaacs (chairman of the Marconi Company) states that a new wireless derice has been invented which will ... [Article] (102 words)
  • ON LAND AND SEA PRAISE FOR AUSSIES.

    Commodore Dumaresq, of H.M.A.S. Australia, in an interview on the arrival of the battle-cruiser, said that his grandfather settled in Sydney in ... [Article] (103 words)
  • "POSSESSED" CARMICHAEL'S PARABLE.

    Speaking at Paddington (Sydney), Captain Carmichael summed up the political situation thus:- "There is an old story that is ... [Article] (174 words)
  • RED CROSS AND O.A.S. BURNIE CROQUET CLUB.

    The Burnie Croquet Club workers for the Red Cross and O.A.S. funds held their fourth annual meeting on Tuesday. ... [Article] (448 words)
  • SOLDIERS INVADE PARLIAMENT WINNIPEG DEMONSTRATION. THOUSANDS IDLE.

    WINNIPEG, Tuesday.—Strikers and returned soldiers invaded the Provincial Parliament domanding the resignation of the Cabinet, on the ground of ... [Article] (56 words)
  • ANZACS FIND THEIR YOUTH "IMPROVED," SAYS ENGLISH CRITIC.

    The Australian soldier is returning to the Commonwealth physically a changed man, says an English observer. He has been rejuvenated by the long ... [Article] (419 words)
  • TREATMENT OF RETURNED SOLDIERS

    "My object in writing is to check any impression that the Department of Repatriation, at any rate as represented by Latrobe Local Committe ... [Article] (535 words)
  • HONORING THE BRAYE WHY DECORATIONS WERE GIVEN.

    In recent issues of "The London Gazette" were announced the awarding of decorations to the following additional Tasmanian ... [Article] (72 words)
  • CROIX DE GUERRE.

    Major Alan Percy Crisp, D.S.O., 3rd Field Artillery Brigado. Captain (temporary Major) Cyril Denis Horne, M.C., 4th Pioneer ... [Article] (43 words)
  • MILITARY CROSS.

    Captain William Lemuel Edward Domeney, 15th Battalion, for conspicuous gallantry and able leadership in an attack. After cleariug strong ... [Article] (185 words)
  • BAR TO THE MILITARY CROSS.

    Lieutenant Lawrence W. Barnett, 40th Battalion. ... [Article] (11 words)
  • BAR TO THE DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL.

    Sergeant T. S. Daniels, 12th Brigade, Australian Field Artillery. Sergeant (T/Regimental SergeantMajor) H. Gillam, 40th Battalion. ... [Article] (43 words)
  • DISTINGUISHED FLYING CORPS CROSS.

    Lieutenant (A/Captain) Allan Runcimnn Brown, Australian Flying Corps. On August 22 Captain Brown, with licutenant Finlay as his observer ... [Article] (275 words)
  • MILITARY MEDAL.

    Private J. Beckett, 1st Pioneer Battalion: Private A. G. Belbin, 15th Batt.; Sergeant E. W. Billing, 40th Batt.; Private F. E. Broxam, 26th ... [Article] (97 words)
  • SPECIALLY MENTIONED.

    General Sir, E. H. Allanby, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, forwarded a list of officers, nurses, and ... [Article] (77 words)
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